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Occecation

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Occecátion. n.s. [occæcatio, from occæco, Latin.] The act of blinding or making blind.

Those places speak of obduration and occecation, so as if the blindness that is in the minds, and hardness that is in the hearts of wicked men, were from God. Sanderson.

Sources: Sanderson, Robert (8)

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Cite this page: Johnson, Samuel. "Occecation." A Dictionary of the English Language: A Digital Edition of the 1755 Classic by Samuel Johnson. Edited by Brandi Besalke. Last modified: November 17, 2011. http://johnsonsdictionaryonline.com/?p=8281.


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